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Hyperlexia

We, the clinical staff at the Center for Speech and Language Disorders, have more than 21 years of experience in identifying children with hyperlexia, as well as providing intervention for these children and support for their families. We are excited to share what we have learned along the way.

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Learn from one parent's experience at a blog written about his child. Click here for a bibliography of articles about Hyperlexia. Reading Too Soon:  How to Understand and Help the Hyperlexic Child By

Hyperlexia Frequently Asked Questions

Is a child who is not yet reading, but is very interested in letters, considered hyperlexic'? Strictly speaking, these children are not hyperlexic because they are not reading. Some children who do no

Hyperlexia and it's diagnosis

What is hyperlexia? Hyperlexia is a syndrome that is characterized by a child's precocious ability to read (far above what would be expected at their age), significant difficulty in understanding and

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